There are two (2) administrative roles within VolunteerLocal: a Coordinator and a Leader/Captain.
What is a Coordinator? A coordinator is the highest administrative setting in VolunteerLocal. A coordinator can edit or modify volunteer data and settings within your account. This means that coordinators can add volunteers, create events and more. It is important to note, however, that coordinators are still subject to the rules and permissions you set for them under Account > Manage Users.
What is a Leader/Captain? A Leader/Captain is a a lower-tier administrative user in VolunteerLocal. This means that Leader/Captains have a read-only view; they cannot edit or delete volunteer data. When he/she opens a volunteer profile, they'll only see the fields you make visible to them under Events > Your Events > Volunteer Information. This user-type is a perfect fit for administrators who only need to view reports and shouldn’t be able to move volunteers around within a report.
You can choose exactly what each administrator has access to by clicking specific permissions under What can the user do? on the User Information page. You can also give them access to specific events, jobs and even shifts by going under What events can the user manage?